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Old 18th August 2017, 15:22   #61
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Looking for places in Goa with a local touch. Not necessarily fine dining or expensive places. Even a hole in the wall would be fine, but the food has to be awesome. Street food is also welcome

Any recent recommendations?
One of my regular restaurants at Goa:
https://www.google.co.in/maps/place/...2!4d73.7649308


There's one restaurant by the road after canacona, lovely goan thali they serve.

I like fisherman's cove on candolim road and also few beachside restaurant on Anjuna who serve wood oven pizzas.
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Default Local places in Goa

Anand seafood restaurant (Anjuna)
This is a basic place, rates are pretty cheap for seafood.

https://www.google.co.in/maps/place/....7607486?hl=en

Spice Goa (Mapusa)
Awesome Gomantak seafood, but a little upscale.

https://www.google.co.in/maps/place/....8242948?hl=en

Street food:

In Vagator on the main road, a guy sells omlet burger and chicken salami at night. Good for hungry party goers on a budget.

Pizza:
Piccolo Roma (Vagator)
Italian food and margherita pizza with ice cold beer. They have a wood fired oven.

https://www.google.co.in/maps/place/....7466194?hl=en

Another pizza place
Fellini (Arambol)
Wood fired pizza, pretty economical

https://www.google.co.in/maps/place/...3.701881?hl=en

Great breakfasts:
Noname guesthouse (Arambol)
Try their fruit bowl and vegetable sandwich with cream cheese.
This is slightly pricey at 250 rs for a fruit bowl but the quality and cleanliness is worth it.

https://www.google.co.in/maps/place/....7032841?hl=en
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Default Re: A Guide : Eating out in Goa

Had an unplanned visit to Goa (for the first time in my life) and came to know about the infamous off-season shutdown. All the beaches were vacant, devoid of any on-beach shacks.

Two places where had fairly good food was Mickey's in South Goa near Colva Beach and Cafe Sussegado Souza near Calangute. Liked the ambience of the latter. Quiet, peaceful, and ancient Goan property. Heritage reflected through the ambience.

Since our trip had an unexpected end due to heavy monsoon and had to return, this was all. Hope to update the list with better explorations next time
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In my last trip couple of weeks back, I visited Martin's Corner, Souza Lobo and Dropadi (Palolem) apart from some small shacks. All 3 was great.
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